Jun. 24 – Jun. 30 Hot-Fix KB articles Weekly Release – Windows 6/7

Hi Everyone,


Last week, 8 Windows 6 and Windows 7 related hot-fix KB article were released. Below are the details:


Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 – 2 KB articles:

·         2028603 A Data Collector Set may not restart after the stop condition is met in Performance Monitor on a Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008-based computer

·         983557  Error message when you try to request a certificate in Windows Vista or in Windows Server 2008: “The filename or extension is too long. (0x800700CE)”


Windows Server 2008 – 1 KB article:

·         983141  Description of the Migration Preparation Tool for Windows Essential Business Server 2008


Windows 7 – 4 KB articles:

·         983464  All the bold text in a pop-up window is displayed as square boxes in the OOBE wizard if you are running a Thai version of Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2

·         2029558 The keys that you type and any mouse movement do not work on the VM when you access the VM in Internet Explorer 8 by using the Terminal Services ActiveX control in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2

·         2028960 The Offline Files Disk Usage Limits settings do not reflect the settings that are defined in the GPO in Windows 7

·         2023170 An access violation exception occurs in the “NdrClientCall2” function in Windows Vista or in Windows Server 2008


Windows Server 2008 R2 – 1 KB article:

·         2028625 Only one of the clients that are behind the same NAT device can create L2TP VPN connections to a VPN server that is running Windows Server 2008 R2



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  2. KB2023170 does not pertain to Windows 7.

    Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 are built from the Windows 6.1 code base.

    That article pertains to Windows Vista/Server 2008.

    Those are built on the Windows 6.0 code base.